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Super Flippy

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Icon 14 posted March 08, 2002 08:05      Profile for Super Flippy   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I used to eat a lot of cold cereal, especially in high school and college. Honey Nut Cheerios is my favorite, but I haven't eaten it in quite some time. January, 1999 I went on a diet and ever since I have eaten oatmeal for breakfast nearly every day.
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With the exception of Honey Nut Cheerios, which I haven't had in a while, I pretty much prefer something plain in the morning, like Crispix or Rice Krispies (which I also haven't had in while). Reading between the lines in the above sentence, I mainly eat Crispix these days in the morning - it just tastes good, and doesn't wake me up too much - that role is left for my nice cup of coffee which is made whilst eating the Crispix, and had on the commute and in the office/class (whichever comes first).
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Gosh, I don't realize how long time, I have never eat cereal since I was young. My favorite was any goodies cartoon on the cereal box.

Today, things are, sure, change alot. For rare time, I eat for breakfast are dount and egg/bacon - Mmmm!


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well ever since frankenberry disappeared off the shelves my life has been empty. oh but lucky charms are good too.

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Icon 1 posted March 08, 2002 16:02      Profile for shogarde     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
i love honey bunches of oats.

i also like cinnamon toast crunch and trix, but their too sugary to eat all the time.


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Multi-grain Cheerios with apple juice (instead of milk).

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quote:
Originally posted by spungo:
So Placebo are singing about cereal now, are they?

oh, obviously.
you're so right about anorexic-brian, excepting, perhaps, the bit where you referred to him as a guy. i'm guessing that that would offend him.

as for my lame pun...i'll take any excuse to launch into a karaoke session in the kitchen.


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Icon 1 posted March 08, 2002 22:34            Edit/Delete Post 
When I was a kid, I was into that stupid marshmallowy/chocolately stuff--Count Chocola, Cookie Crisp, Lucky Charms. I used to actually pick the marshmallows out of my Lucky Charms and eat those. My favorite was Cinnamon Toast Crunch, though.

Eventually I went to Pop Tarts, then to Frosted Mini-Wheats. Now I'm on Honey Nut Cheerios.

I'm getting so old and conservative.


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My Favorites are as folllows,
Rasin Bran, Frosted Flakes, and Cocoa Pebbles,
they are all pretty much right there on the same level too, I mean each provides something I like,
Rasin Bran, has rasins and that semblance of being heawlthy, that and I can mispronounce it as "Rasin Brains" when I feel like talkng like a Zombie,
Frpsted Flakes , aah whats not to love about flakes of corn toasted and coated with a metric ton of sugar glaze?
and lastly Cocoa Pebbles, it gives me that morinig chocolate fix that lasts me all day, and you just cannot beat it with a stick, , , well you probably could beat it with a stick, but it wouldnt accomplish much, but make a mess, and well since Crazy Cow is no longer on the market, its probably the best cereal out there that turns your milk icky brown.

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Of late, actually, I've become a big fan of the Quaker bagged serial that is a knock-off of Cocoa Pebbles, which itself is little more than Post's answer to Kelogg's Cocoa Crispies. Whatever -- the Quaker version has the best balance of sweetness and...um, not-sweetness, and costs less than either of the aforementioned delicacies. Win win situation.

However, I have to stop eating them until my triglycerides (whatever those may be) go down to respectable levels...

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Icon 1 posted March 09, 2002 11:42      Profile for greycat   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I'm a big Corn Flakes fan. Yeah, I know, boring....

Cheerios are good, but only if they're eaten straight from the box. They get too soggy in milk. Rice Krispies are the same way.

When I was younger, I liked Alpha-Bits, Apple Jacks, and Honeycomb.


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quote:
Originally posted by greycat:
[B]Cheerios are good, but only if they're eaten straight from the box. They get too soggy in milk. B]

Ugh. I can't have milk with my cereal. I can't have milk, period.

How can you people put beverages in your cereal?!?


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Icon 12 posted March 12, 2002 20:41      Profile for babylon     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
ummm
apple jacks

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Originally posted by ZorroTheFox:
What kind of cereal really gets you crowing in the morning, or maybe used to when you were younger..................Z


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quote:
Originally posted by babylon:
ummm
apple jacks



hiya baby, glad to see ya joining up *fox hugs and licks* ...........Z


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Icon 12 posted March 13, 2002 09:10      Profile for Tau Zero     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by Raptorgirl:
Ugh. I can't have milk with my cereal. I can't have milk, period.

Me either, but I do love the Quaker frosted mini-wheats as snack food.

Beverages on cereal are just great, but people give me funny looks when I pour bourbon on my cornflakes so I don't do it any more.


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quote:
Originally posted by Hikaru:
I can mispronounce it as "Rasin Brains" when I feel like talkng like a Zombie

Speaking of Zombies and cereal, has anyone else seen "Dead Alive"? (I think it went by another name outside the US) After watching the living dead eat cornflakes in that movie, I had to stay away from cereal for a while.


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there is no one favorite cereal. i like all of those sugery kids cereals. captin crunch (with crunch berries, of corse) co-coa puffs, recese puffs, rasin brand crunch is pretty good as far as healthier cereals go.
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Being English, I prefer the full English breakfast, however, if i am forced to eat cerial... mmm.

Well it won't be sugar puffs, they look and taste like little yellow testicles.

mm. Probably shreded wheat.


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now that i think about it i never eat cereal for breakfast, i just have it for/with lunch and dinner. we actually have decent breakfasts, but our dinning hall lunches and dinners are awful; therefor, when meals are completly inedible i have cereal
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Icon 1 posted March 14, 2002 09:51      Profile for Super Flippy   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by baker_nat:
Being English, I prefer the full English breakfast

I spent a while in England the year before last, and I have to say that the traditional English breakfast is an impressive thing indeed. Being a cereal-eater, I thought it was strange at first, but by the end of my first week in Birmingham I was enjoying beans and toast like everyone else. I think I gained 10 lbs. on that trip. :S


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Icon 1 posted March 14, 2002 12:32      Profile for TheAnnoyedCockroach   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Life is by far the greatest breakfast cereal in the world.

And Cinnamon Toast Crunch... Fruity Pebbles in a pinch.

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"Two scoops of raisins in Kellog's Raisin Bran!!"

By far my favorite cereal, but you have to add extra raisins because Kellog's is cheap when it comes to raisins. Either that or Apple Cinnamon Cherrios (yum!)

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I tried that Nesquick cereal today, it's not too bad.........Z
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Icon 14 posted March 17, 2002 11:40      Profile for Tau Zero     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by Trinity:
...you have to add extra raisins because Kellog's is cheap when it comes to raisins.

You noticed that too?  I'm glad, I thought I was the only one.

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quote:
Originally posted by TheAnnoyedCockroach:
Life is by far the greatest breakfast cereal in the world.



right. and as far as full english breakfasts go, i liked bangers and scrambled eggs.

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